From west to east;
BONNIE has decreased in intensity over the eastern Pacific into a tropical storm and is now off our radar.
COLIN is also on the last knockings of interest. Currently 50 miles north-nor’east of New Bern, North Carolina, COLIN has weakened into a remnant area low pressure and is close to merging with an eastbound cold front tonight.
Disturbance Seven has opened out into a wide trough of low pressure extending diagonally from Dominican Republic to the north-eastern tip of Colombia moving to the west-nor’west at 15 knots. Despite my words of caution, this looks unlikely to develop into anything deep and meaningful as the northern edge crosses Haiti today and then across Jamaica with heavy rain and thunderstorms.